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Brent Reed
Associate professor , interested in health care leadership/teams, selection, and well-being at work. Occasionally a cardiology pharmacist.
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Brent Reed 2h
Replying to @DrJeffCain @ACCP
Thanks Jeff!
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Brent Reed Nov 18
Replying to @mmPharmD @JasonMordino
Fleets are essentially a queue—no surprise that would want to “clear it” by clicking on those that are unwatched.
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Brent Reed Nov 17
I’m incredibly disappointed in for the lack of enema jokes about this new feature.
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Brent Reed Nov 17
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Brent Reed Nov 17
“At the end of the day, you’ll likely have to decide which is more important to you as a leader: being well-liked or being well-respected. Very few people are capable of doing both.”
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Brent Reed Nov 16
Love this idea, Jason. Social media influence is a prime example of the Matthew Effect. So great that you are using your influence to lift up others who are just trying to get their foot in the door.
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Brent Reed Nov 13
An interesting follow-up study would be to test different leaders’ foundational knowledge and then ask followers/subordinates how successfully each led change in their organizations—the hypothesis being that leadership knowledge would predict better leader performance. 3/3
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Brent Reed Nov 13
It’s not entirely their fault, though—in many cases, they just don’t get feedback to the contrary (fewer sources of feedback as you move up the organization, few subordinates willing to give candid feedback, etc.). 2/3
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Brent Reed Nov 13
That finding seems to be consistent with a theme in the leadership literature—that leaders tend to overestimate their leadership abilities (and/or underestimate what’s necessary to lead successfully). 1/3
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Brent Reed Nov 12
The lion’s share of credit goes to for getting this project to the finish line!
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Brent Reed Nov 11
I suppose there’s always room for improvement when it comes to advising student pharmacists but I feel (anecdotally) like it’s often too late by the time they get to pharmacy school.
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Brent Reed Nov 10
Yeah, to 's point, we've had to be very thoughtful about case selection, i.e., what is the minimum we should expect a candidate to know at this stage in their training? It's been a huge discriminator for us, though. 11/10 would recommend.
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Brent Reed Nov 9
It’s a little easier for us as a PGY2 program since it’s only two candidates/day (staggered times for case review and presentation), but we’re planning to screenshare the case from our end.
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Brent Reed Nov 9
Replying to @JTPharmD02
I have been told that using my initials comes off as being curt. 🤣
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Brent Reed Nov 9
When you’ve been responding to student emails and without thinking, you sign an email to a colleague with “Dr. Reed.” 🤦🏻‍♂️
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Melissa Thompson Bastin Nov 6
Okay time for round 2. For those that precept resident research, is the pharmacy resident always the first author?
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Brent Reed Nov 5
Oof, that’s rough!
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Brent Reed Nov 5
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Brent Reed Nov 5
Just conveniently summarizing the metrics that have already been reported to your supervisor. 😏
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Brent Reed Nov 4
Replying to @bvantassell
Ah, eating your stress... also one of my preferred coping strategies!
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